Ethical Garment Manufacturing Can Help To Start Own Clothing Business

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In recent times wearing vintage clothing has become both fashionable and a way for us to make a strong statement about ourselves. Whether it is for financial reasons or political reasons, many of us are no longer satisfied with buying cheap clothes that end up at the back of our wardrobes weeks later.

Producing denim (or any other clothing for that matter) inevitably impacts the environment. This starts from growing the cotton used to make it, right through to shipping the finished garment, often worldwide. It takes 2900 gallons of water to produce one pair of jeans and 766 gallons of water to produce just one t-shirt. The cotton farms also frequently use chemicals and pesticides, creating greenhouse gases.

Regardless of this it would be unfair to blame the environmental impact solely on retailers, after all they wouldn't produce such vast amounts of clothing if we didn't buy it. But things are slowly beginning to change due to the increasing interest in buying ethically sourced and eco-friendly products. Many Ethical Garment Manufacturing are now using organic cotton, for example.

Using organic cotton is a small step towards reducing the impact fashion and clothing manufacture has on the environment. It would be wrong to say that vintage clothing doesn't impact the environment in any way; at some stage it was manufactured using the same process. However with vintage clothing it is undeniably less harmful in the long run because not throwing away our clothes will cut greenhouse gases.

Buying ethically made in Britain encourages recycling, as we're less likely to throw away a treasured vintage find than we are a bargain from the high street. Taking this into account, (whether you choose to buy vintage or new) the environmental impact of clothing manufacture is definitely an issue worth thinking about.

However, surveys show that youngsters are less concerned about the ethical methods of clothing production than relatively aged people. According to a survey, the age group of over fifty five years of age is so far the most aware when it comes to the production of clothing items.

Another fact that has been revealed in the survey states that women are more aware of the ethical issue regarding the production method of clothing than men. From the total number of people who were surveyed, only fourteen percent find it to be an important consideration that organic fabric should be used. Those aged twenty-five and less are the least percentage among those who consider the ethical methods of clothing production important.

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